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Occupation: Medical Doctor / Healthcare Professional Industry: Healthcare & Social Assistance
Country: Nigeria City: Abuja
State: Federal Capital Territory ZIP: 234



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PROFILE

Dr. Ifeanyi McWilliams N. is a graduate of Medicine and Surgery from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University School of Medicine. He was a Ford Foundation International Fellow at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool; during which he obtained the Masters in Community Health degree. He has attended short courses in cost effectiveness analysis of health interventions at Oxford University and he is an alumnus of the Oxford University Global Health Summer School. He advocates for the use of evidencebased decisionmaking in health interventions. He is fluent in Igbo, Hausa and English languages. 

Date of Birth: February   State of Origin: Anambra State  Sex: Male

EDUCATION SCHOOLS ATTENDED

March : USAID/MEMS Monitoring and Evaluation Management Systems training on Performance Management Plan PMP

  • Development Hypothesis
  • Indicator Characteristics
  • Performance Indicator Reference Sheet
  • Data Quality
  • Target Setting
  • Development Hypothesis Analysis
  • Using Monitoring & Evaluation
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    July : Oxford University Global Health Summer School, Department of Public Health & Centre for Continuing Professional Development, Oxford University. Covered units of:

  • Research methods – Introduction to Epidemiological Studies, Systematic Reviews & Metaanalysis
  • Designing & Evaluating Public Health Programmes
  • Ethics & global Health
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    January December : Masters Degree in Community Health Ford Foundation International FellowLiverpool School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. Covered the following modules:

  • Topics in International Health
  • Principles & Methods of Critical Appraisal
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Epidemiological Methods & Statistics
  • Health Planning & Financing
  • Disease Control
  • Research Design
  • Organization & Management
  • Dissertation
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    April : Oxford University Short Course on Introduction to Health Economics, Health Economic Research Centre, Department of Public Health: A course designed to provide a basic understanding of health economic evaluation 

    July : Oxford University Short Course on Advanced Methods of Costeffectiveness Analysis, Health Economic Research Centre, Department of Public Health

  • Module : Decision analysis and modelling
  • Module : Analysis of health outcomes
  • Module : Analysis of cost data
  • Module : Reporting and presenting results
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    October : Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery MBBS, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra state, Nigeria 
     
     

    PAPERS PRESENTED

  • December : Poster presentation of research work Antiretroviral scale up in Chama and Lusaka Districts of Zambia: How Free is Free? at the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Research in Progress Short Presentations and Posters & Manson Christmas lecture held at the Khalili Lecture Theatre, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
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  • March : Efforts to stem the neglect of neglected tropical diseases, available at
  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    May – date: Programme Officer, Community Health Initiatives, TY Danjuma Foundation, Abuja, Nigeria

  • Develops philanthropic agendas for the Foundation and soliciting and reviewing grant requests, advising the Executive Director on community health programming direction, develops special initiatives, and assists in long range strategic planning;
  • Currently managing seven grantees with funding to the tune of million Naira $. million Dollars
  • Grantees’ interventions include Neglected Tropical Diseases such as Leprosy, River Blindness, Trachoma, Lymphatic Filariasis and Soil Transmitted Helminthes. Other interventions are rehabilitation of nonfunctional hand pumps and provision of clean water and basic sanitation to rural communities; free medical and surgical missions, free comprehensive eye care and family life and HIV education with youthfriendly health services. 
  • Participates in evaluating proposals for consistency with the Foundation’s strategic plan, and grant guidelines; Conducts rigorous due diligence and analysis of grant applications to assesses the strength of the project, the grant applicant, and the financials of the applicant;
  • Manages relationships with grantees and works with them on project design, implementation and monitoring/evaluation;
  • Provides overall project management MS project plan management for the Initiative;
  • Plans and convenes meetings of key stakeholders to obtain input on ideas and projects and to guide initiative development;
  • Identifies policy changes necessary to reach health care team goals around access to quality health care in Nigeria;
  • Liaises with relevant policy makers and other key stakeholders
  • September – date: Client to Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, for International Health Research

  • Successfully established a research relationship with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine LSTM, United Kingdom. The school sends postgraduate students annually to undertake collaborative researches. This is geared towards entrenching evidencebased thinking in public health programming
  • Provide mentorship to Masters in International Public Health Students coming to Nigeria for their overseas research experience. So far I have provided mentorship to three students that researched on:
  • Stakeholders’ perceptions of effect of Active Management of the Third Stage of Labour AMTSL in reducing Post Partum Haemorrhage PPH and on effect of the NASG in saving women’s lives in Ibadan,Oyo State, Southwest Nigeria;
  • The perceptions of access to family planning services by women and men in Kaduna state, Nigeria: a qualitative study;
  • Progress and challenges in Neglected Tropical Diseases control: case study in Taraba State, Northeastern Nigeria.
  • March – May : Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Continuum of Care – Prevention of Post Partum Haemorrhage Project CCPPH, Pathfinder International, Nigeria Country Office, Abuja 

    The CCPPH Project is a safe motherhood project which is a novel attempt to ensure a continuum of care from the community to the health facility thereby eliminating the delays that contribute to maternal morbidity and mortality. Components of the project include the Active Management of the Third Stage of Labor, use of the Nonpneumatic Antishock Garment for management of PPH, blood loss estimation by the use of blood drape and Magnesium Sulphate for the management of Eclampsia.

  • Developed the capacity of partners and team members to collect, analyze report and use information on PPH services using the organizational developed Management Information System MIS. 
  • Coordinated and assisted project team in the development, management and implementing of monitoring and evaluation plans for the PPH project.
  • Coordinated the conduct of the community survey which heralded the rollout of the community bit of the project
  • Developed and maintained MIS system to capture analyze and report on the PPH project indicators
  • Designed case study forms, protocols and job aids for use in maternity wards of health facilities we support
  • Summarized, analyzed and interpreted data collected from partners, project and field offices for monitoring project activities.
  • Designed the Pathfinder International Nigeria Country Office monthly newsletter
  •  

    November – March : Systematic Review on Knowledge Translation

    Volunteer work with the International Health Group of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine participating in the systematic review with the following objectives

  • Define knowledge translation
  • Identify how Knowledge translation is conceptualised
  • Identify stakeholders perception of knowledge translation
  • Identify the barriers to and facilitators of knowledge translation
  • July – September : Masters in Community Health Overseas Research in Zambia, Southern Africa

  • A qualitative study on antiretroviral scale up in Chama and Lusaka districts of Zambia; how free is free? Lusaka most advantaged and Chama least advantaged
  • Conducted indepth interviews, key informants’ interviews and reviewed policy documents/budgets in Chama district km from Lusaka and Lusaka district for the month period
  • Evaluated the financing of antiretroviral ARV scale up from policy makers and patients’ perspectives
  • Documented the sources of HIV/AIDS funds available for ARV scale up
  • Assessed policy makers’ perceptions of antiretroviral scale up financing
  • Explored patients’ financial experiences and constraints in accessing Antiretroviral drugs
  • Made appropriate recommendations on ARV scale up in terms of access, equity and financing
  • A thesis dissertation submitted to the University of Liverpool, in partial fulfillment of the degree of the Masters in Community Health
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    February – June                             Hanovia Medical Ltd. Health Management Consultants                 

    Shortterm Consultant, Epidemiological Survey of Enugu state, southeast, Nigeria

  • Assessed the health status of the state with focus on priority communicable diseases of public health importance in the state
  • Determined/Analyzed the pattern of these priority diseases over a period of three years;
  • Determined/Analyzed the status of the State Disease Surveillance and Notification and the Emergency Preparedness and Response to Disasters and Disease Epidemics
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    September – December           National Programme on Immunization      Area , Abuja, Nigeria

    Principal Monitoring, Evaluation and Surveillance Officer

  • Developed monitoring/supervisory checklist for the National private sector vaccine distribution a model attempt to foster privatepublic partnership in vaccine distribution in the country
  • Participated in developing Monitoring and evaluation checklists for the global polio eradication initiative and routine immunization
  • Participated in the national committee charged with developing data tools for Microplanning for effective implementation of routine and supplemental immunization services
  • Monitored the implementation of the Private Sector Vaccine Distribution
  • Monitored the Conduct of routine immunization at public and private health facilities at state, local government and district levels: Involved monitoring the cold chain and logistics status and skills of health workers
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    January – September     National Programme on Immunization, Area , Abuja, Nigeria

    Personal Assistant to the National Coordinator/Chief Executive

  • Key person that coordinated all administrative and some technical information as regards immunization service delivery in the country
  • Supervised immediate administrative staff in the office of the National Coordinator/Chief Executive
  • Participated in technical committee meetings with the Chief Executive like interagency committee meetings
  • August – July       Guards Brigade Medical Centre, Mambila Barracks, Abuja

    Medical Officer National Youth Service Corps

  • Coordinated general patient care and management, antenatal clinics, immunization, laboratory and pharmaceuticals
  • March – December The Children’s Hospital, Nnewi, Anambra State

    Medical Officer, The Children’s Hospital, Nnewi, Anambra State


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